The Gi FlyBike may well be the ultimate commuter cycle. It folds in half in a single second, so you can easily take it on a train or store it in your apartment. Its electric motor allows you to speed to work without breaking a sweat. And it’s packed with tech – from built-in lights and an electric smart lock to a port that charges your phone. Inhabitat recently caught up with Gi FlyBike Co-Founder Lucas Toledo to ask him a few questions about the folding electric bike of our dreams – read on for our interview.
The Gi Flybike launched on Kickstarter in 2014, and it was a runaway success. After raising over $650,000 on Kickstarter and $1.5 million in investment, the folding electric bike is finally nearing mass production. We caught up with Co-Founder Lucas Toledo to learn more about the Gi FlyBike’s story and the
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